Thailand is one of the most heavily visited places in southeast Asia. It is an especially popular destination for travellers because of its tropical climate, its beach areas, nightlife, and hospitable people.
Formerly known as Siam, Thailand is located in southeastern Asia, bordered on the North and West by Burma, the North and East by Laos, the Southeast by Cambodia, and the South by Malaysia. It stretches south in a thin strip of land which is bordered on the west by the Andaman Sea and east by the Gulf of Thailand.
The capital Bangkok is hugely popular with visitors especially Sukhumvit.
Through the hustle and bustle typical of Southeast Asia cties, gigantic skyscrapers, grand palaces and stunning temples, and the world-renowned floating market, Bangkok continues to attract millions of travellers from around the world.
Sukhumvit Road is the commercial centre of Bangkok and is lined on either side with amazing family run hotels, shopping malls and nightlife hotspots.
The weather in Thailand is tropical; it has a rainy, warm, and cloudy southwest monsoon mid-May to September, and a dry, cool northeast monsoon November to mid-March. The southern isthmus is always hot and humid.
- Koh Samui.
- Patong Beach.
- Kata noi Beach.
- Chiang Maii
From the temples and unbelievable street food to the pristine golden beaches and luxury boutique hotels, you’ve got every excuse for a holiday to Thailand.